, Co-Coordinator of the PRISMA Group of the FSJD and researcher of group 58 of the CIBERESP. Director of the Quality and Patient Safety Department of the PSSJD. Her research focuses on the evaluation of health technologies in Mental Health and Primary Care. From a methodological point of view, María Rubio-Valera has extensive experience in the mixed methods approach and has participated in projects based on qualitative research, participatory action research and pragmatic trials and modelling for cost-effectiveness analysis. He has conducted several studies evaluating the costs of interventions on patient behaviours, such as agitation in patients with mental disorders or adherence-related problems. He has also evaluated health policies, such as the introduction of co-payment measures, focusing on the evaluation of health inequalities generated by their implementation.
Psychiatrist, Coordinator of the Grup PRISMA of the FSJD, principal investigator of group 58 of the CIBERESP, assistant to the Mental Health Directorate of the PSSJD. He is an expert in health economics, who has led several projects focused on the evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of interventions implemented in primary care, as well as their processes. He has extensive experience in the economic evaluation of interventions aimed at improving cancer care.
He is currently working as a junior postdoctoral researcher in the CIBERESP group 58 and in the PRISMA group of the FSJD. He is an expert in the management of real-world data (medical records-based data) to inform health decision-making. He has been involved in the qualitative analysis of participatory research-based projects, as well as in projects aimed at assessing the costs of interventions and the impact of health policies on health inequalities and patient behaviours.
Is a postdoctoral researcher in the PRISMA Group of the FSJD and a technician in the Quality and Patient Safety Department of the PSSJD. She is a member of the IAPP network. Her research focuses on qualitative health research and she has led participatory action research projects. She has extensive experience in strategic planning projects in mental health and primary care. She has participated in process evaluation of complex interventions of pragmatic trials related to adherence to pharmacological treatments and lifestyles. In addition, she has collaborated in paradigm shift projects aimed at fostering shared decision-making and empowerment in health.
Graduate in Human Nutrition and Dietetics and Master in Public Health. She is a pre-doctoral researcher in the PRISMA Group of the FSJD. She has extensive experience in qualitative research and has collaborated in several projects of the Public Health Agency of Barcelona.
Graduate in Chemistry and Pharmacy, postgraduate in Health Care Pharmacy Management and Master's degree in Medicines, Health and the Health System. She is a pre-doctoral researcher in the PRISMA Group of the FSJD with links to the Chilean National Scientific and Technological Commission (CONICYT). She has worked in specialised cancer care hospitals in Chile.